The Daily Deal brings us this updated, short list of seized banks (with Friday’s 2 additions):

Below is the full list of bank’s seized by the FDIC since July 2008:

Bank Name Closing Date
Bank of Clark County, Vancouver, WA January 16, 2009
National Bank of Commerce, Berkeley, IL January 16, 2009
Sanderson State Bank, Sanderson, TX December 12, 2008
Haven Trust Bank, Duluth, GA December 12, 2008
First Georgia Community Bank, Jackson, GA December 5, 2008
PFF Bank and Trust, Pomona, CA November 21, 2008
Downey Savings and Loan, Newport Beach, CA November 21, 2008
The Community Bank, Loganville, GA November 21, 2008
Security Pacific Bank, Los Angeles, CA November 7, 2008
Franklin Bank, SSB, Houston, TX November 7, 2008
Freedom Bank, Bradenton, FL October 31, 2008
Alpha Bank & Trust, Alpharetta, GA October 24, 2008
Meridian Bank, Eldred, IL October 10, 2008
Main Street Bank, Northville, MI October 10, 2008
Washington Mutual Bank, Henderson, NV and Washington Mutual Bank FSB, Park City, UT September 25, 2008
Ameribank, Northfork, WV September 19, 2008
Silver State Bank, Henderson, NV September 5, 2008
Integrity Bank, Alpharetta, GA August 29, 2008
The Columbian Bank and Trust, Topeka, KS August 22, 2008
First Priority Bank, Bradenton, FL August 1, 2008
First Heritage Bank, NA, Newport Beach, CA July 25, 2008
First National Bank of Nevada, Reno, NV July 25, 2008
IndyMac Bank, Pasadena, CA July 11, 2008
First Integrity Bank, NA, Staples, MN May 30, 2008
ANB Financial, NA, Bentonville, AR May 9, 2008
Hume Bank, Hume, MO March 7, 2008
Douglass National Bank, Kansas City, MO January 25, 2008

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Sources:
Two more banks fail, bringing tally to 27
Daily Deal, January 20, 2009 at 2:09 PM

http://www.thedeal.com/dealscape/2009/01/two_more_banks_fail.php

FDIC: Failed Bank List

http://www.fdic.gov/bank/individual/failed/banklist.html

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One Response to “FDIC Seized Banks”

  1. Bruce N Tennessee says:

    Barry,

    I love your site, but sometimes I want to comment about things that are not your thread that is posted, and I always seem a little OT to me, and realize that sometimes my comments for a particular thread may be like fingernails on the chalkboard. Could you have a running open thread for folks like me who today wants to post on the Japanese government foreseeing 2 additional years of deflation, rather than the bank closings? Then I wouldn’t show up in a checked shirt with striped pants…

    …and once again, look at the unadjusted numbers of initial claims….

    out.